[MeeGo-dev] N900 Questions...
Samir Faci (Dev)
dev at esamir.com
Tue Mar 16 14:23:59 CDT 2010
Ooooh.. actually, I'm fairly close to Chicago. Thank you so much for
all the info.
Another equally OT question. How, feasible would it be to get meego
or maemo installed on the Nexus One or any other device with a
fairly open architecture?
On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 1:23 PM, Erik Hovland <erik at hovland.org> wrote:
>> I was looking at getting an N900, which I presume will be the target
>> device initially for meego.
> You would presume correctly (regardless of recent incorrect rumors).
> MeeGo will also support some x86 h/w (since Moblin already supports
> that architecture).
>> In the US, I presume you can't really look at it in any retail store
>> and has to be purchased online?
> You can if you are in Chicago or NYC. Those are the only flagship
> stores in the US. When getting it online make sure you look farther then
> nokiausa.com. Other retailers will likely charge you less.
>> Does the N900 support 3g ranges of T-Mobile?
> In fact T-Mobile is the only US cell phone operator that supports the
> right frequencies for 3G. AT&T supports 2/2.5G frequencies for the
> Erik Hovland
> erik at hovland.org
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